Anchorage has a lot of events going on for people looking to get out and have a good time this October. Phil Crawford with 907 Life joined Daybreak to detail four of his highlights of the month.

Volleyball: "The lady Seawolves are looking good this year", said Crawford. Women's UAA volleyball has had an impressive run recently, opening the season at number four. They have games at The Alaska Airlines Center, and tickets are still available. Their next game will be against Western Washington on Oct. 7.

Fundraiser: There is a fundraiser for the families of the Alaskans who were killed in last Sunday's Las Vegas mass shooting. Bread & Brew Alaska at 1450 E. Tudor Rd. will be hosting the fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct, 10th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Companies looking to donate items for the silent auction portion of the fundraiser must submit their items by Saturday at 4 p.m. All of the proceeds will go to the families of Dorene Anderson and Adrian Murfitt.

Classic Films: If you're a fan of classic films, then the Bear Tooth Theatrepub has your back. The restaurant/theater will be showing classic movies during October. Starting Thursday, Oct. 12, you can catch "Dirty Dancing," and the week after that is "Planes, Trains and Automobiles."

Oktoberfest: And a staple of October, Oktoberfest, is happening in town. Saturday, Oct. 7, in Town Square is the Oktoberfest Party. It's hosted by the German Club of Anchorage, and the Anchorage Downtown Partnership. There will also be a beer garden and pub crawl for the adults to partake in. Tickets are only $10 for people between the ages of 12 and 21.

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